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is the resistance of the Vietnamese people to total assimilation and the use they
made of the benefits derived from Chinese civilization in their struggle against
Chinese political rule. Soon after extending their domination over what is now
In and after the Meiji period the part elements of played earlier by Chinese art
was taken by European and Japanese American art. art Shinto itself did not serve
as a breeding ground for the arts, but when Buddhism and Confucianism were ...
nese Bronzes (1962); and w. percival yetts, The Cull Chinese Bronzes (1939). (
Ceramics) : john ayers, The Selig- man Collection of Oriental Art, vol. 2, Chinese
and Korean Pottery and Porcelain (1964); a.d. brankston, Early Ming Wares of ...
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